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Brooklyn Technical High School, Brooklyn, NY

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Brooklyn, NY

Founding Date:
1922

Team:
Engineers

Enrollment:
4,700

Official Website:
http://www.bths.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gary Ackerman
Politician
19-Nov-1942   Congressman, New York 5th
John Catsimatidis
Business
7-Sep-1948   Supermarket billionaire
Harry Chapin
Singer/Songwriter
7-Dec-1942 16-Jul-1981 Cat's in the Cradle
Lou Ferrigno
Actor
9-Nov-1951   The Incredible Hulk
David Groh
Actor
21-May-1939 12-Feb-2008 Joe Gerard on Rhoda
Stephen Krasner
Educator
15-Feb-1942   State Dept Policy Planning Dir., 2005-07
Alfred Lerner
Business
8-May-1933 23-Oct-2002 CEO of MBNA, 1982-2002
Robert W. Mann
Inventor
1924 16-Jun-2006 Prosthetic devices
Richard Matheson
Author
20-Feb-1926   I Am Legend
Matthew McHugh
Politician
6-Dec-1938   Congressman from New York, 1975-93
Arno Penzias
Astronomer
26-Apr-1933   Detected primordial radiation
Frederik Pohl
Author
26-Nov-1919   Futurian science fiction writer
Joel H. Rassman
Business
c. 1946 14-Sep-2010 CFO of Toll Brothers
Leonard Riggio
Business
28-Feb-1941   CEO of Barnes & Noble, 1986-2002
Raymond Scott
Musician
10-Sep-1908 8-Feb-1994 Powerhouse, invented the sequencer
William Sheluck, Jr.
Business
c. 1941 29-Dec-2007 CEO of Nationar, 1983-93
Charles Wang
Business
19-Aug-1944   Founder, Computer Associates
Anthony Weiner
Politician
4-Sep-1964   Congressman from New York, 1999-2011


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